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It lies 560 miles to the north of Oslo, the capital of Norway.
Find out about the cultural values of the locals by going to the Lofoten Tørrfiskmuseum and the Norsk Telemuseum.
The Dagmar's Museum of Dolls and Toys and the Stockfish Museum aren't far from the centre of Reine, 3 miles to the east of Moskenes. Why not make your way there and have a look?
You may get the urge to book a hotel room in Kabelvag for a bit. This place is 45 miles away and close to the Lofoten Krigsminnemuseum, the Nordnorsk Kunstnersenter and No problem Sportfishing. A few other nearby sights are Vågan Kirke and the Lofotmuseet.
If you want something a bit more energetic, take a look at the region's tobogganing options. Or maybe snowmobiling is more your thing? Whichever you decide, you're bound to have a fun time.
If your littlest travellers need to get away from sightseeing for a while, why not take them out for a leisurely day of cycling or bird watching?
Not here for very long? Signing up for some guided nature walks, segway tours and city walking tours will ensure you get a lot more out of your escape.
Are you into spending time by the water? Add some extra thrills to your escape by going swimming or scuba diving.
Get into the winter swing by going snowboarding. If you're not ready to take off your coat and hat, you could also have a shot at skiing.
You'll find plenty of treasures crammed into the region's art museums, nature museums, history museums, art galleries and theaters.
Feel like you need a bit of fresh air? Consider planning an adventure to one of the surrounding area's open-air museums, open-air exhibits, lighthouses and gardens.
Discover this area's intriguing past by making your way to some of the close-by traditional villages, old towns, fortresses and war relics and monuments. If a tour guide isn't available, make sure you do some research of your own.
You don't need to believe in a greater power to enjoy Moskenes' churches and cathedrals. Get to know the local beliefs and find some serenity while you're at it.
Whether you prefer the opulence of Michelin stars or wolfing down a snack from a street cart, sampling the local food and drink is perhaps the best thing about travel. So why not tantalise your taste buds by trying some of the region's delicious offerings?
Typical cuisine here tends to include moose and whale meat, two of the staple ingredients for which the area is famous for serving up.
Ask a local for their food recommendations and svinekoteletter (pork chops) will probably be the first thing that rolls off their tongue. Barents ham (whale meat dish) is another regional signature you might like to take a bite out of.
Dessert is always a good idea on holiday, so why not treat yourself to a little krumkake (thin rolled cake filled with cream)? It's worth every magnificent calorie!
After something with a bigger kick? You have to taste karsk (coffee and vodka). Ask your bartender if it's nice in any mixed drinks. If that fails, order a shot and throw it down straight!
Learning how to say a handful of words in the local language will make your trip through the Northern Norway region that little bit smoother. "Gratulerer med dagen" may be very handy. It's how you say "happy birthday". Another often used phrase is "Eg heiter.." ("my name is..").
Want to immerse yourself in the Constitution Day festivities? Circle the 17th of May in your diary and get ready to let your hair down with the locals!
Before you say your final "Ha det bra" to Moskenes, check to see if you have any remaining change that you can spend on some last-minute memorabilia.
Getting to your flight on time can sometimes be an ordeal. That being said, you should be fine if you're well prepared. The nearest terminal, Leknes Airport (LKN), is 25 miles to the northeast.
The unfortunate news is that there are no listed accommodations in Moskenes. But the good news is you'll only have to travel 3 miles away to Reine. For outstanding service and a healthy dose of shut-eye, book yourself a room at one of the popular options, such as the Reine Rorbuer and Dragon Villa Reine.